We welcome donations and contributions from individuals as well as corporate and public entities to enable us to continue on our mission to bring international contemporary art to Malta. Blitz is a registered not-for-profit organisation in Malta (VO/1052) and all income directly supports our exhibition and education programmes.
Blitz is a non-profit organisation registered in Malta since 2015 (VO/1052) and we are grateful for support and donations from individuals, organisations, private and public sector. Contributions are welcome and all levels of support are essential in enabling us to continue this work and to support the production of art and bringing artists and audiences together.
If you’d like to support our work you can donate online by clicking the button below Thank you for your support!
ABOUT ARTS COUNCIL MALTA’S 150% TAX DEDUCTION ON DONATIONS TO CULTURE
During Budget 2016, Government announced a new measure to encourage further partnerships between Malta’s business community and the cultural sector. Through this measure, companies giving donations to eligible organisations, may claim the amount donated at 150% against the income for the year of assessment when the donation was made. The maximum tax deduction is capped at €50,000. This incentive came into effect as of 1st January 2016.
This incentive is intended for Limited Liability Companies and those Partnerships that are registered to be treated as a company. The main beneficiaries are intended to be not-for-profit Cultural Organisations*, Public Cultural Organisations, Arts Council Malta and other organisations as may be listed in the incentive guidelines.
WHAT IS A NOT-FOR-PROFIT CULTURAL ORGANISATION?
A not-for-profit cultural organisation is a registered Voluntary Organisation (VO) or Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) that uses its surplus revenues to further achieve its purpose or mission, rather than distributing its surplus income to the organisation’s shareholders (or equivalents) as profit or dividends. For the purpose of this tax deduction, beneficiaries listed as a not-for-profit cultural organisation must also be registered with the Commissioner Voluntary Organisations. They must be active and operating in the cultural sector with activities in any of the categories listed in the Arts Council Malta Act.
For more information about how to get involved and supporting the organisation, please contact:
Alexandra Pace, Director – email@example.com
COLLABORATIONS & PARTNERSHIPS
Central St Martins University of the Arts London (UK)
TATE Art Exchange (UK)
European Graduate School (EGS)
University of Malta (UoM)
Valletta Design Cluster
Small Cinemas Conference
Arts Council Malta
Valletta 2018 Foundation
Valletta Cultural Agency
Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs, Malta
Embassy of Malta in France
British Council Malta
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
US Embassy Malta
Ganado & Associates
Light Design Solutions
Derek Frost & Jeremy Norman
Corinthia Group of Companies